Aston Tuban Inn Bali
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Swimming pool
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TravelPod Member ReviewsAston Tuban Inn Bali Kuta
the service was good.. and not too expensive for stay there..
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... In the evening, we went to the Sky Garden, a very popular all in one entertainment complex. It combined BBQ buffets, several and of bars and 2 or 3 different nightclub dance floors. The buffet was actually good, but I couldn't eat much since I was sick from Ubud's buffet. We danced until 1.00 am, when we had to come back so Sabrine could catch a few hours of sleep before leaving. We really had a blast there.
At 3.30 am, I woke to say goodbye to Sabrine. ...
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... robot. That night we wandered town. Mark had a "black cat" firework thrown at his feet by some hooligan locals and suffered some singed hair. We also had a man lure us across the street to his restaurant by stopping traffic with an official orange light stick so we would have safe passage. The next morning we took a shuttle van with a bunch of other people. We were the last stop, so after over 4 hours we finally reached Tulamben, the diving haven of the ...
... went to the Bukit peninsula briefly, and then up to Sanur, another beach resort area which i thought was quite pleasant. Then went across the (new?) toll road/highway over the sea and headed inland up to Ubud. Apparently Ubud has become very well known and much visited due to the book “Eat, Pray, Love” which was made into a film starring Julia Roberts though i was unaware of either before coming to Bali. I had been told it was a really lovely place ...
... the actually market once was. ************e was trading outside like before, which was disappointing as that was part of the fun being involved in the hustle and bustle of the market. I still enjoyed though looking around and although Stu wouldn't admit it I think he did as well. We then went up to Ubud Temple, which was lovely, we hadn't seen it before, quite tricky to find as it is located behind a few cafes and restaurants but no entry charge for it anyway. (Well we didn't pay) ...